Archive for February, 2018

Critic’s Choice – Feb 28, 2018

So, what’s new?  Well, there’s Philip Glass’s String Quartet No. 8, […]

Uchida opens Schubert series in mesmerizing fashion – Feb 27, 2018

On Monday night, Mitsuko Uchida went to the piano and meditated […]

When symphonic worlds collide: Dudamel closes Vienna Philharmonic stand with Ives, Tchaikovsky – Feb 26, 2018

“One laughs, the other weeps.”  Brahms’s terse description of his two […]

Dudamel and Vienna Philharmonic a jarring mismatch in middle Carnegie program – Feb 25, 2018

The expectations game cuts both ways. With an orchestra like the […]

Gersen plays it straight with Philharmonic’s American program – Feb 24, 2018

A year ago, the New York Philharmonic let Joshua Gersen drive […]

Met’s “Butterfly” revival fails to take flight – Feb 23, 2018

Madama Butterfly returned to the Metropolitan Opera Thursday night for a […]

Critic’s Choice – Feb 21, 2018

The Wandelweiser group continues to circle the islands of New York […]

Met’s “Semiramide” delivers a visual and bel canto feast – Feb 20, 2018

While figure skating was in full swing at the Winter Olympics […]

Mezzos to the max at the George London Foundation Finals – Feb 17, 2018

Throughout the season at the Morgan Library, audiences get to hear […]

Yannick takes the reins two years early for Met’s 2018-19 season – Feb 15, 2018

Now that the New York Philharmonic’s new maestro, Jaap van Zweden, […]

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